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Report: Fishing for proteins

Report: Fishing for proteins
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WWF 3 February 2017

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The report: “Fishing for proteins – How marine fisheries impact on global food security up to 2050”, analyse how much fish can sustainably be taken from the seas by 2050. The analysis foreshadows that many people living in poverty will opt to export fish rather than eat it and will not have access to this source of protein. To prevent this from happening, WWF calls on decision-makers to prioritise improved fisheries management as a key part of the action plan to secure the ocean’s valuable resources for future generations.
In that sense, a Western Indian Ocean Economy report will be launched next, on 24 January in Madagascar. Thе report will highlight the region’s considerable marine and coastal wealth, raising awareness about the serious consequences of failing to address current negative impacts on the ocean. The report will also set out priority actions on how to protect the economic, food security and livelihood values of ocean assets in the region.

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